Deep River State Trail

 

Deep River State Trail LogoThe Deep River State Trail was authorized by the NC General Assembly in 2007. This is a unique trail in that it is a hybrid trail, both a land-based hiking trail and a blueway paddle trail. Currently, not all sections of the trail are complete. Eventually, both the land and water trail will start in Jamestown (Guilford County) at High Point Lake, continue to Randleman Lake in Randolph County, meander through Franklinville and Ramseur in Randolph County, then traverse Moore, Chatham, and Lee counties until it reaches the Haw River, just below Jordan Lake. Paddlers can access the river from locations in Randleman, Worthville, and Ramseur.  There are also three boating access locations at High Point Lake, Southwest Park, and Randleman Lake.

Access Address Miles to Next Est. Hours to Next
01) High Point Lake 602 W Main St, Jamestown, NC 27282 - -
02) Southwest Park Boat Launch
(Randleman Lake)
6309 Southwest Park Dr, Greensboro, NC 27407 - -
03) Randleman Lake Marina 7123 Adams Farm Rd, Randleman, NC 27317 - -
04) Deep River Nature Trail Park 117 Presnell St, Randleman, NC 27317 2.1 1.0
05) Worthville Road Boaters Access Area
(Below Worthville Dam)
1427 Worthville Rd, Randleman, NC 27317 11.3 4.0
06) Allen H Leonard Memorial Park 2026 Leonard Park St, Ramseur, NC 27316 - -

Deep River State Trail Map